Who We Are
The History of Riverwood Vet
Riverwood Veterinary Clinic is a proud family owned and operated practice. Dr George Kahdy has worked in the veterinary field for over 40 years and has opened numerous practices in that time, including Wake Veterinary Hospital. In 2010, Dr. George had a vision of opening a second clinic in the rapidly growing area of Clayton. In April of 2011 his vision came to fruition, and Riverwood Veterinary Clinic opened its doors.
In the summer of 2011, one of Dr. George’s daughters, Dr. Kathryn Kahdy moved back to the area to help her father start this practice. A graduate of NC State Veterinary School, Dr. Kathryn was the primary veterinarian for several years. As the practice started to grow, Dr. George decided to sell Wake Veterinary Hospital and join his daughter at Riverwood. After a couple of years, Dr. George took a step back from the practice and handed the reins over to Dr. Kathryn. You can still see Dr. George working at the clinic on a part-time basis.
Dr. George’s second daughter, Dr. Kristin Kahdy joined her family at Riverwood in 2017, and together the three grew the practice. As of today, Riverwood Veterinary Clinic has five doctors and a large support staff. Riverwood Veterinary Clinic prides itself in providing extraordinary care and knowledge to clients and their four-legged family members.
Dr. George Kahdy
Dr. Kathryn Kahdy
Dr. Kristin Kahdy
Dr. Kaitlin Stahl
Dr. Kaitlin Stahl is a North Carolina native who graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2021. You may recognize her from her years working as a veterinary assistant at Riverwood and Wake prior to going back for her veterinary degree. She also has a background in wildlife, zoo animals, and emergency medicine.
Dr. Kaitlin enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine, but is especially interested in preventative medicine, behavior, surgery, dentistry, and exotic animal medicine.
Some of her hobbies include hiking, painting, and spending time with her dogs, cats, chickens, bees, and geckos.
Dr. Adam Saylor
Dr. Saylor is originally from Huntsville, AL. He became interested in veterinary medicine by working on his grandfather’s cattle farm with his cousin, who is also a veterinarian. He went to Auburn University for both his undergraduate studies and veterinary school.
Dr. Saylor enjoys spending time with his wife (also a veterinarian) and their German Shepherd, Wynne. He is an avid fan of Auburn basketball and the Atlanta Braves.
Receptionist, Vet Assistant